Crazy Sexy Geeks: New Episodes and More to Come
Due to Comic-Con and, frankly, the economy, “Crazy Sexy Geeks: The Series” has been on hiatus for a short while. But thanks to a few fan donations, the show is coming back with new episodes.
These episodes will cover such topics as “gays in mainstream comics”, more on “women superheroes”, a look at “what you should be reading” featuring author Victoria Laurie and comic writer Jimmy Palmiotti, and chats with celebrities such as Paul Wesley of “The Vampire Diaries” and Emma Caulfield of the recent movie Timer and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”
Tim Gunn has also promised to come back for further fashion discussions on superheroes, due to the high positive response of his last visit to the show that got rave reviews from many, including NPR. If you didn’t catch that special two-part discussion on the fashion of Superman, Robin, the Hulk, Power Girl, Black Canary, Catwoman and others, then check them out!
For those of you who missed the last couple of episodes of Crazy Sexy Geeks, we’ve got them for you right here.
The first deals with the geeky habits of some celebrities and
includes interviews with actors Michael Hogan (“The L Word”, “Battlestar Galactica”),
Rekha Sharma (“V”, “Battlestar Galactica”) and Miracle Laurie
(“Dollhouse”). And wait till you hear about Miracle’s fun cover band!
The most recent episode featured Nichelle Nichols, the original Uhura
of “Star Trek”, discussing how she helped alter how NASA recruits
astronauts. An inspiring story you should all watch.
Like what you see? Great. But here’s the thing. “Crazy Sexy Geeks” is
struggling and still primarily a labor of love. It could really use
your support, so any and all donations are appreciated. If you wish to
donate, just go to Paypal.com and send funds to KistlerAlan@gmail.com.
That’s all for now, folks. Take care!
Alan Kistler is a writer and actor living in New York. He has been recognized as a comic book historian by Warner Bros. Films and major media outlets and works as a freelance online journalist. He is the host/creator of “Crazy Sexy Geeks: The Series” and writes a regular superhero fashion column called “Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.” He can be followed via Twitter: @SizzlerKistler. His web-site is: http://KistlerUniverse.com